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TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME TUESDAY! Happy First Day of Second Semester! LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can learn something new about my peers. 2)I can answer questions.

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1 TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME TUESDAY! Happy First Day of Second Semester! LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can learn something new about my peers. 2)I can answer questions using my background knowledge. LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can learn something new about my peers. 2)I can answer questions using my background knowledge. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Introductions and Two Truths and a Lie 1)Gallery Thinking Activity & Small Group Discussion 3) Whole Class Discussion about Gallery Thinking HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: READ SYLLABUS AND GET SIGNATURE FOR QUIZ

2 MY FAVORITE SUBJECT IN SCHOOL IS….

3 MY FAVORITE HOBBY IS….

4 I THINK THE BIGGEST PROBLEM IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IS…

5 WHEN I GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL, I WANT TO….

6 I LIKE LEARNING ABOUT….

7 I DO NOT LIKE LEARNING ABOUT….

8 IF I HAD TO PICK ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF, I WOULD CHOOSE THE WORD….

9 WORKING WHILE HAVING FUN WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a claim. I can identify a “They Say versus I Say” LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a claim. I can identify a “They Say versus I Say” TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)More truths and lies! 2)Journal #2: What is an argument? How do you WIN an argument? 3)Brainstorm controversial issues. 4)“They Say versus I Say” first practice. HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Find a source about one of the controversial issues discussed in class today. Print and bring to class.

10 EDUCATION 1)Should students have year-round school? 2)Why are electives important? Why not earlier? 3)Should certain classes be mandatory (after sophomore year)? 4)Should we be paid to go to college? 5) Should college be less or free? 6) Should every class have a smartboard? 7) Should students have to take home economics? 8) Should we start college prep earlier? 9) Should we have to pay for college applications?

11 TECHNOLOGY? 1)Will technology advance us? 2)Are we distracted by tech? 3)Should there be restrictions to the user? 4)Should colleges or employers be able to use social media to evaluate you? 5) Should the government be able to track your information? 6) Should the school have the right to confiscate students devices?

12 SPORTS 1)Should college athletes be paid? 2)Should certain sports have leagues? 3)Should we be required to play a sport instead of gym? 4)What sports should be in the Olympics? 5)Should female athletes be paid the same as male athletes? 6) Should PE classes be mandatory? 7) Should we ban contact sports for children?

13 SOCIAL, CULTURAL, RELIGION 1)Should we be able to travel for education? 2)Should the military allow for disabled people to enlist? 3) Should US students be required to speak a second language? 4)Should we have to learn about other cultures?

14 HEALTHCARE AND OTHER POLITICS 1)Are Americans’ strategies against ISIS constructive? 2) Why doesn’t anyone care about Nigeria? (civil conflict) 3) Should we pay more attention to third world countries? 4) Should healthcare be FREE? 5) How come the United States does not focus on what we have done wrong? (Misperceptions of History)

15 EDUCATION 1)Should students get homework? 2)Should students wear uniforms? 3)Should students start school later? (shorter school days) 4)Should there be year-round school?

16 TECHNOLOGY 1)Should phones be allowed in school? 2)Are phones corrupting or making society better? 3)Should the government track our phones? 4)Are robots taking over the world? 5)Should cloning be allowed?

17 SPORTS 1)Is Jordan the best basketball player ever? 2)Should college athletes be paid? 3)Is sports the leading cause of injuries? 4)Are Jordans overpriced? 5)Should certain sports be banned for students?

18 Social, Cultural, Religion 1)Legalization of Marijuana 2)Is America the “greatest” country on Earth? 3)Is the Americans’ views on the Middle East wrong? 4)Why are people terrorized over religion?

19 HEALTHCARE or OTHER POLITICS 1)Should we stem cell research? 2)Should abortion be legalized or not legalized? 3)Should United States stay out of foreign affairs? 4)Should we allow for physician assisted suicide? 5) Should animal testing be allowed? 6) Should the government be able to keep secrets from the citizens? 7) Is there a 9/11 conspiracy?

20 THINKING TOGETHER THURSDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a claim. I can identify a “They Say versus I Say” LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a claim. I can identify a “They Say versus I Say” TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)More lies and truths. 2)Continue with class brainstorm. 3)Example of “They Say versus I Say” 4)Individual practice of “They Say versus I Say” HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Find a source about one of the controversial issues discussed in class today. Print and bring to class.

21 MOVING MONDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can define the argumentative appeals. I can identify the argumentative appeals. LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can define the argumentative appeals. I can identify the argumentative appeals. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #3: As you watch the following clips, record what you think or feel. 2)Mini-Lecture on Argumentative Appeals. 3)Exit Slip: Annotate the right hand side of debater #1. HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: PAGES 4 – TOP OF 7 OF EDUCATION READING PACKET.

22 THINKING TUESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #4: Describe what you like and do not like about your education. Do you think your peers share this feeling? 2)“They Say, I Say” practice with TED Talk Robinson’s “Schools Kill Creativity” HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: PAGES 4 – TOP OF 7 OF EDUCATION READING PACKET.

23 WORKING EFFICIENTLY WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Finish Robinson’s TED Talk. 2)Introduction of Waiting for Superman: Terms to Know 3)Joining the Conversation: Waiting for Superman HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Type and upload body paragraph on controversial issue to turnitin.com. Bring printed copy to class.

24 TED Talk: SIR KEN ROBINSON CLAIM: Robinson argues that the education system does not allow students to be creative, even though creativity is more important than literacy. EVIDENCE: Robinson tells a story of Gillian who could have been perceived as an ADHD student but was actually just a dancer. INTERPRETATION: Gillian represents a student who needed a creative outlet to show her intelligence as a dancer, something that traditional education does not value.

25 TOGETHER THINKING THURSDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a debater’s claim and evidence. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Introduction of Waiting for Superman: Terms to Know 2)Joining the Conversation: Waiting for Superman HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Type and upload body paragraph on controversial issue to turnitin.com. Bring printed copy to class.

26 FORWARD THINKING FRIDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Self-Revision Writing Workshop for Argument Paragraph 1)Continue with Waiting for Superman HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY: PAGES 8-9 FOR EDUCATION DEBATE READING PACKET. PREPARE FOR READING QUIZ!

27 STEP 1: CHECK MLA FORMAT LAST NAME 1 NAME TEACHER’S NAME CLASS – PERIOD 8 NOVEMBER 2013 TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 PT FONT

28 STEP #2: ANNOTATE FOR… (Body Paragraph) CLAIM EVIDENCE #1 INTERPRETATION #1 *COUNTERCLAIM/REBUTTAL* TRANSITION WORD EVIDENCE #2 INTERPRETATION #2 EXIT

29 STEP #3: EVALUATE CLAIM GRADE THE CLAIM BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: 1) The claim answers a question. 2) The claim does not use the word “I”. 3) The claim is an opinion that can be supported by evidence. A = You answered yes to all three criteria B = You answered yes to two out of three of the criteria C = You answered yes to one out of three of the criteria D/F = There is no claim. THE GRADE: __________

30 STEP #4: PARAPHRASE, SUMMARIZE & MLA IN-TEXT CITATION CHECK THAT IF THE WRITER PARAPHRASED OR SUMMARIZED, CITATIONS WERE PROVIDED. PARAPHRASE: Rephrase statements using your own words. - MUST STILL USE MLA IN-TEXT CITATION. SUMMARY: 5 W’s of a passage - MUST STILL USE MLA IN-TEXT CITATION. * IF THERE IS NO PAGE NUMBER, JUST USE THE SOURCE NAME*

31 STEP #5: QUOTE-WEAVING & MLA IN- TEXT CITATON Option 1: Speaker’s Tag: When _______(background)_________, he says, “___________” (Last Name #). Option 2: Complete Thought: ________(IND)___________: “____________” (Last Name #). Option 3: Incomplete Thought: ___________(DCW) ________ “___________” (Last Name #).

32 TOGETHER TUESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #5: You are as old as Mrs. Delacruz (no laughing allowed). What type of education would you want your own child to experience? Be specific 2) Continue with Waiting for Superman HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Finish Education Reading Packet. Annotate both sides and claim box. REMINDER: Meet in counselor’s office THURSDAY!

33 WORKING WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Make annotation revisions 2) Continue with Waiting for Superman. (Annotation Revisions & Timed Writing in the Counselor’s Office. Typed writing due Friday.) HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Education Paragraph Writing. Upload to turnitin.com by class time on Friday. Bring a printed copy to class. Meet in couselor’s office tomorrow, please!

34 CHECK YOUR ANNOTATIONS 1)Compare and contrast your annotations with your partner. What can you add? What can you clarify? 2) Check your claim statements to your partner’s claim statements for Burris and King. -Are the statements in complete sentences? - Is it the overall argument (purpose) the speaker is making the passage?

35 THINKING THURSDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1) Waiting for Superman! 2) JTC Chart Progress HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Education Paragraph Writing. Upload to turnitin.com by class time on Friday. Bring a printed copy to class.

36 FUN LEARNING FRIDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can use a comma correctly in a sentence. I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. LEARNING TARGETS: I can use a comma correctly in a sentence. I can identify my claim, evidence, interpretation, counterargument/ rebuttal, and exit. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1) Grammar Bootcamp! Comma and Semi-Colon Quick Practice & Writing Corrections 2) Finish Waiting for Superman and JTC Chart! HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY: FINISH WATCHING WAITING FOR SUPERMAN & JTC CHART.

37 Without really knowing the content of the books, the students started to read them and enjoy them! A)NO CHANGE B)books, the students C)books the students D)booking the students Directions: Select the most correct choice for the underlined portion. Then, rewrite the following sentence using the correct answer.

38 Canada argues that the education system needs to change; one way is by having longer school days. IND1; IND2. A)NO CHANGE B) change, one C) change; one D) change - one Directions: Select the most correct choice for the underlined portion. Then, rewrite the following sentence using the correct answer.

39 FANBOYS: COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS FOR AND NOR BUT OR YET SO

40 Directions: Select the most correct choice for the underlined portion. Then, rewrite the following sentence using the correct answer. We are learning to write good claims and provide evidence for our claims! IND fanboys DCW. A)NO CHANGE B)claims and, provide C)claims. Provide D)claims; and provide E)claims and provide

41 GRAMMAR BOOTCAMP * DIAGRAM 3 OF YOUR SENTENCES IN YOUR WRITING. (UNDERLINE IND, CIRCLE DCW)* IND1, fanboys IND2. I love chocolate, but too much chocolate can make my stomach hurt. IND, DCW. I ate a bucket of chicken, while I was driving. DCW, IND. Because we had school, I did not have time to shop! IND1, DCW, IND1. My sister, who is weird, is turning 18! IND fanboys DCW. I like ice cream and snow. IND1; IND2. IND: DCW

42 MOVING OUR MINDS MONDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: Learner Characteristics Learning Targets on Chart I can identify the claim and evidence of a media clip. LEARNING TARGETS: Learner Characteristics Learning Targets on Chart I can identify the claim and evidence of a media clip. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Learner Characteristics 1)Waiting for Superman Quiz 1)Review JTC Chart for Waiting for Superman 4) Start Pre-Seminar Preparation HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Turnitin.com Discussion Post “What Determines Your Success”. Study for Essential Terms Quiz on Wednesday (terms on teacher page).

43 THOUGHTFUL TUESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify the claim and evidence of a media clip. I can use my background knowledge to support my claim. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify the claim and evidence of a media clip. I can use my background knowledge to support my claim. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #6 in notebook Grit: mental toughness. Think of a time when you had to rely upon grit to accomplish a goal. 2) Watch “The Key to Success? Grit.” Record Duckworth’s Claim and One Piece of Evidence 3) Lab: Complete turnitin.com discussion post on “What Determines Your Success?” HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Turnitin.com Discussion Post “What Determines Your Success”. Study for Essential Terms Quiz on Wednesday (terms on teacher page).

44 WORKING WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. (Other learning targets indicated on discussion rubric.) LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. (Other learning targets indicated on discussion rubric.) TODAY IN-CLASS: Pre-Seminar Work HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: FINISH SEMINAR WORK

45 THINKING TOGETHER THURSDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. (Other learning targets indicated on discussion rubric.) LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. (Other learning targets indicated on discussion rubric.) TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Review Seminar Requirements 2)During Seminar 3)Post-Seminar HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: FINISH SEMINAR WORK

46 FUN FRIDAY LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. I can peer revise an argument. LEARNING TARGETS: I can respond to discussion-evoking questions using sentence starters. I can peer revise an argument. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Share Post- Seminar 2)Writing Workshop Practice in the Lab! HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Finish writing workshop peer revision & make final revisions to education body paragraph to upload to turnitin.com

47 THOUGHTFUL TUESDAY LEARNING TARGETS: I can peer revise an argument. I can identify grammatical correct sentences. LEARNING TARGETS: I can peer revise an argument. I can identify grammatical correct sentences. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Writing Workshop Practice in the Lab! 1)ACT English Practice Test (Grammar Bootcamp Check) HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Finish writing workshop peer revision & make final revisions to education body paragraph to upload to turnitin.com

48 WHERE THERE IS A WILL THERE IS A WAY WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #7: What is your favorite food? Why is this your favorite food? Do you have any specific memories around this favorite food? 2) Introduction to the Food Debate 3) TED Talk: Birke Baeher HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: They Say, I Say Presentations

49 THINKING THURSDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Journal #8: Pick one of the food items from journal #7 (your favorite). Describe any specific memories around this favorite food. When did you first eat it? Who were you with? 2) Introduction to the Food Debate 3) TED Talk: Birke Baeher (JTC Chart) HOMEWORK DUE FRIDAY: Debater #1-2 Reading and Annotating (Left and Right Hand Side). Quiz over reading.

50 FOOD CONTROVERSY QUESTIONS 1)Is the processing of food safe? 2)Why do salads cost more than burgers? 3)The ingredients of products? (true advertising?) 4)The quality of McDonald’s meat? 5)Should the government regulate vending machines in schools? 6) Should we have GMO’s (genetically modified foods)? 7) Do we have different reactions to cultural foods? (discriminatory food items?)

51 FOOD CONTROVERSY QUESTIONS 1)Should there be more regulations on processed meat? 2)What regulations should or should not exist for peanuts in school? 3)Should GMOs be in foods? (genetically modified organisms) 4) Should there be regulations on portion sizes? 5) Should the government be able to regulate vending machines at school? 6) Can school lunches be improved? 7) Animal cruelty?

52 FOODY FRIDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. I can identify the speaker’s argumentative appeals. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. I can identify the speaker’s argumentative appeals. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Quiz over Debater #1 and Debater #2 Reading 2) TED Talk: Birke Baeher (JTC Chart – Double-Check) 3) TED Talk: Jaime Oliver’s “Teach every child about food” (JTC Chart) HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY: Reading and Annotating (Left and Right Hand Side) for Debater #1 and Debater #2.

53 MOVING OUR MINDS MONDAY LEARNING TARGETS: I can create a claim and counterclaim for a debatable question. I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. LEARNING TARGETS: I can create a claim and counterclaim for a debatable question. I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1) Journal #9: Using two of the food controversy questions we brainstormed in class on Friday, create They Say, I Say claims for each question. 2) Continue with TED Talk: Jaime Oliver’s “Teach every child about food” (JTC Chart) HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Terminology quiz on Wednesday. Study materials on Delacruz’s Teacher Page.

54 STUDENT PURCHASE BOOK DUE BY MARCH 4 LORD OF THE FLIES WILLIAM GOLDING

55 OLIVER CLAIM: We need to teach children to make better food choices in order to avoid obesity. EVIDENCE: Oliver went to kindergarten class and showed children common vegetables; however, many of the children could not identify them. INTERPRETATION: The children’s lack of knowledge of vegetables shows they need more education of their food in order to make healthy choices and not become obese.

56 THEY SAY, I SAY THEY SAY Some may argue that _____ is more _____ Opponents of ____ may say….. I SAY ______ is one of the most essential….. ____ is the most important….

57 THOUGHTFUL TUESDAY LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. LEARNING TARGETS: I can identify a speaker’s claim, evidence, and interpretation. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Practice revising claim statements. 1)Double-check JTC Chart for Oliver 3) JTC Chart for Mouth Decorations, Inc. 4) Guidelines for Multicultural Mouth Decoration Fair HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY: Terminology quiz on Wednesday. Study materials on Delacruz’s Teacher Page.

58 WORKING WITH WORDS WEDNESDAY! LEARNING TARGETS: I can define claim, evidence, interpretation, analysis, counterclaim. I can identify the argumentative appeals. LEARNING TARGETS: I can define claim, evidence, interpretation, analysis, counterclaim. I can identify the argumentative appeals. TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Terminology Quiz 2) JTC Chart for Food, Inc. 3) Intro to They Say, I Say Presentations HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY: They Say, I Say Presentations

59 THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can use background knowledge to support my claim. 2)I can eat mouth decorations without spilling all over Mrs. Mini 3)I can eat dill pickle chips without breaking them LEARNING TARGETS: 1)I can use background knowledge to support my claim. 2)I can eat mouth decorations without spilling all over Mrs. Mini 3)I can eat dill pickle chips without breaking them TODAY IN-CLASS: 1)Multicultural Food Fair! Record THREE dishes and their respective stories. 2) Journal #10: - Based on the Food Fair today, write a letter to someone in class about their food dish. Give them a response to the story they told about the dish. Include in your letter a claim about what the meaning of food for communities using specific evidence from the food fair. 3) JTC Chart on Food Chart HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY: They Say, I Say Presentations


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